During our last trip to Oahu we came across these one of a kind bamboo painted frames depicting scenes from the old Hawaii. Eventhough we 've found them in other shop or Web sites, the quality were far superior from the stand point that each one was hand carved and hand painted with great attention to details.
This Hawaiiana shop or showroom was located on the outside skirt of the East side of Oahu, a little town named Kailua. Actually if you have been watching the news this is were Barrack Obama stayed during his trip to Hawaii. The store is called Kamakani Enterprises, Inc with over 15,000 sq/ft of Tiki decor, Surf decor, Pirate decor, Coastal and Nautical decor, Hawaiian decor and Skull & Bones decor. You can also find them on the Web at www.tikimaster.com.
Shy of being a candy store for grown up, you will be sure to find a great conversation piece for your next Luau party. The selection of Tikis is without a doubt the largest one, from 8 inches Tikis to 10 footers it is absolutely mesmerizing. Prior to visiting Hawaii, my wife and I were in San Diego and we had the chance to visit quite a few Tiki stores. Some of them even claim to have the largest selection of Tikis in the country...well this notion has been redefined.
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Mahalo Nui Loa,
Michael & Shawn
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